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Government rehires
air traffic controllers

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Francisco, she said, "From day one, we
have said we will always look at those
cases where the people may have been
harrased or intimidated" into joining
the Aug. 3 strike by the Professional Air
Traffic Controllers Organization. .
FARRAR emphasized that Plummer,
would not be returning to her flight
tower job at the Fort Worth Air Route
Traffic Control Center. He said she
would work at the Houston Air Route
Traffic Center, one of several such
facilities across the country that direct
airplanes in flight corridors between
airports.
Farrar said the other reinstated con-
trollers had worked in the Great Lakes
region and in the Atlanta area.
Transportation Department officials,
declining to be named publicly, said
they expected no more than "a couple
hundred" reinstatements among the
1,000 controllers whose hardship cases
are being reviewed.
THESE officials said they could talk
only off the record because of litigation

pending before the Merit Systems
Protection Board.
Jeff Miller, a spokesman for Lewis,
said yesterday that "in a small number
of cases," the government might
choose to reinstate fired controllers
rather than risk losing appeals.
"We want to avoid adverse
decisions," Miller said. "We want to
avoid back pay awards."
GARY EADS, president of the decer-
tified PATCO, said he viewed the
rehiring of some controllers with
caution "because of the circumstances
involved."
"I don't personally know of anyone
who went on strike against their will,"
Eads added. "I don't buy that
argument. The government obviously
will, because they need air traffic con-
trollers back in the system."
Eads said PATCO's figures show that
about 45 percent of the fired controllers
have found new work, and that 15 per-
ce'nt to 10 percent would not return to
air control jobs, even if offered rein-
statement.

Compiled from Associated Press and
United Press International reports
Consulate attacked in India
BOMBAY, India- Fifty people, their motive unclear, attacked the U.S.
Consulate with rocks and gasoline bombs yesterday and authorities said one
attacker was shot dead by police.
Police and consulate officials said eight cars belonging to theconsulat"
staff were burned. No injuries were reported among the American staff and
officials said the consulate would be open today.
Vice Consul John Malott requested a meeting with Chief State Minister
Babasaheb Bhosale to protest what he called a lack of police protection for
the consulate and slow response to the attack.
Some said the attackers were members of Shiv Sena, a fanatical group
named after the Hindu god Shiva. Others said they were members of the
Azad Hind Sena (Independent India Army), a group which sought the help of
the Japanese during World War II to free India from British colonialism.

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CONFERENCE ON
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March 28-29, 1982

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HOLOCAUST"
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Songs: Cantor Chaim Naj man (Shaarey Zedek)
Artwork: Barry:Avedon (E.M.U.)
Personal Accounts:
Frithjof Bergmann (Prof. of Philosophy)
Ernest Fontheim (Research'Physicist)
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DOING DURING THE NAZI}
HOLOCAUST?"
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Dozier kidnappers convicted
VERONA, Italy- An Italian court yesterday convicted 17 Red Brigades
terrorists of kidnapping U.S. Army Brig. Gen. James Dozier, and sentenced
them to prison terms ranging from 26 months to 27 years.
Antonio Savasta, ringleader of the gang that abducted Dozier from his
home here Dec. 17, was sentenced to 16% years in prison-2/ years more
than the prosecution had demanded. He had turned state's evidence and
police said his information led to the arrest of 200 terrorist suspects.
The lightest sentence-two years and two months-went to Ruggero
Volinia, who led police to the Padua hideout where Dozier was being held.
All defendants will be eligible for parole after serving half their terms.
Grenade kills Israeli soldier
RAMALLAH, Occupied West Bank - Masked Arabas hurled grenades at
an Israeli army vehicle yesterday, killing one soldier and wounding three
others after military authorities fired the two top Palestinian mayors in the
occupied West Bank of the Jordan.
Three Arab bystanders also were wounded in the grenade attack in the oc-
cupied Gaza Strip, and the ambushers fled into a nearby orange grove, the
military command said.
The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, in a statement
released in Beirut, claimed responsibility for the ambush.
St. Pinhas Grossmark, 30, was the first Israeli killed in a week of
Palestinian rioting. Five Arabs have been killed by Israeli gunfire, and two,
others died Wednesday in an explosion apparently set off accidentally while
they were making a bomb.
Three die in IRA ambush
BEFLAST - IRA guerrillas waiting-in ambush at a Belfast house opened
fire with a machine gun yesterday on a passing British army patrol, killing
three soldiers, wounding two civilians and sending passers-by scrambling
for cover.
A civilian man and a woman were hit by gunfire but were not seriously in-
jured, hospital officials said. Seven other. civilians were treated for shock
and cuts from flying debris.
The attack came less than 24 hours after Northern Ireland's police chief, Sir
John Harmon, declared the terrorists are reeling "from a string of defec-
tions. the Irish Republican Army said the ambush showed "the IRA is here
to stay.
The three soldiers from the Royal Green Jackets regiment were the first
full-time, British. soldiers killed this year, and brought to.346 the number of
troops slain in 12/2 years of Protestant-Catholic conflict in this British-ruled
province.
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Friday, March 26, 1982
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